My husband and I went out to dinner tonight and ordered boneless wings, after he had consumed half of the boneless wings he looked down and relized that the compelte center of one was completely RAW.....
can people take an infected HIV blood and body fluids from a person to make it into pills, powder form, dissolve solution and dust in a lab? Some of the answers i read say yes and im curious because ...
I got a bad papercut today, and later I was handling raw chicken meat, pulling the skin off, i realize after 2 pieces that i had a cut so i washed my hands and put sanitizer on them.... but am i in ...
yes its true...you may think you have the same cold as before, but there will always be a slight difference in the virus strand as it changes all the time...and as you get older you are less likely to be sick because your body has already fought off that particular strand...and another thing...if you do get a flu shot...remember that you are only getting a shot for 1 particular strand, you can end up getting a cold that is a different strand
Every time you get a cold or virus, your body builds up immunity to that particular virus.
But don't worry, there are 1000's more!
Your immune system will be getting lots of work out in a life time.
Yes, it's true. I didn't believe it as first because I used to be sick with a "cold" all the time. But then I realized each time I had different symptoms. The common cold has 100's of forms.
It's possible, but unlikely that it'll be the exact same strain, just due to the fact that there's so many out there. Just like it's also possible for lightening to strike twice in the same spot.
It's also likely that this could happen in the case of people with bad immune systems, as well.
That's what the basis of the flu shot and a few other inoculations are. So, it must be true.
That's true. The cold virus mutates constantly. If you were exposed to the exact same virus again, your body "remembers" and can fight it off before you have any cold symptoms. However, a new mutation is not recognized, and can produce all the symptoms all over again.
Re: the flu shot. (above)
Influenza is NOT the cold virus - it's completely different, and mutates much more slowly. That's why they can predict with reasonable certainty which variety needs to be in the flu shot. It is NOT worthless.